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  1. Apple Sues Russian Online Store Over Logo (Report)

    11:08 am 5/5/2015

    The local online store is using a logo similar to that of Apple.Read more

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  2. Apple Beats Expectations for Quarterly Earnings

    12:34 pm 4/27/2015

    The company sold 61.2 million iPhones, a fiscal second-quarter record.Read more

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  3. Fandango Makes Movie Tickets Hands-Free on the Apple Watch

    7:30 am 4/20/2015

    "We're entering the future," says Fandango president Paul Yanover. "Where's your ticket? It's on my wrist."Read more

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  4. Apple's Russian-Language Siri Accused of Homophobia

    3:07 am 4/15/2015

    A video showing the voice-activated personal assistant allegedly giving homophobic answers to gay-related questions has gone viral.Read more

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  5. Watch Netflix's Spoof of Apple Watch: Streaming While Driving, Working, Hugging a Friend (Video)

    7:14 am 4/9/2015

    "You maybe tempted to watch wherever you are."Read more

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  6. European Commission Probing Premium Music Services

    2:22 am 4/2/2015

    Do Apple's fee-only Beats Music and Jay Z's Tidal unfairly compete with ad-backed streamers like Spotify? Read more

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  7. Apple CEO Tim Cook Plans to Donate His Fortune

    5:26 pm 3/26/2015

    The longtime tech executive told 'Fortune' magazine that he also will pay for his 10-year-old nephew's college education.Read more

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  8. Canadian TV Cord-Cutting Accelerates, Says Analyst

    9:05 am 3/25/2015

    The pace of cable cancellations is quickening as Canadians flock to Netflix and the country announces the introduction of pick-and-pay channel pricing by 2016. Read more

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  9. Apple TV Adds Channels From TED, Tastemade and Young Hollywood

    8:38 am 3/24/2015

    The TED channel features more than 1,900 videos of talks from the global lecture series. Read more

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  10. Apple to Launch 25-Channel Online TV Service by Fall (Report)

    7:00 pm 3/16/2015

    The slimmed-down package of channels would include CBS, ESPN and FX and cost $30 to $40 a month. Read more

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